(Amesbury MA) It is not unusual for even the winning coach to find something that the team could have done better.
“I have no complaints about this game at all,” said Amesbury coach Jacqui Waters after the Indians had defeated Rockport, 11-3.
The hitting and pitching were nicely in place for the home team on this Wednesday afternoon of Cape Ann League softball.
Amesbury (10-1) scored in every inning, including four runs in their half of the first inning.
“We all hit,” said AHS starter Liv DeLong. “We made good contact.”
The Indians had thirteen hits. Alana Delisle and Ella Bezanson homered, while Olivia Lavasseur had a triple.
Emma DiPietro (3 hits) steals second
Hitting like that can win you games but when you add excellent pitching, the opponent is in trouble.
Freshman Liv DeLong held the Vikings (6-8) hitless into the sixth inning.
“She hit her spots very well today,” explained catcher Avery Hallinan. “Her inside fast ball was very effective.”
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